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不一会儿,她的眼光落在桌子下面的一个小玻璃盒子上。打开一看,里面有块很小的点心,点心上用葡萄干精致地嵌着“吃我”两个字...Soon her eye fell on a little glass box that was lying under the table: she opened it, and found in it a very small cake, on which the words `EAT ME' were beautifully marked in currants. `Well, I'll eat it,' said Alice, `and if it makes me grow larger, I can reach the key; and if it makes me grow smaller, I can creep under the door; so either way I'll get into the garden, and I don't care which happens!' She ate a little bit, and said anxiously to herself, `Which way? Which way?', holding her hand on the top of her head to feel which way it was growing, and she was quite surprised to find that she remained the same size: to be sure, this generally happens when one eats cake, but Alice had got so much into the way of expecting nothing but out-of-the-way things to happen, that it seemed quite dull and stupid for life to go on in the common way. So she set to work, and very soon finished off the cake. Article/201011/118332呼啸山庄 Chapter17 相关名著:查泰莱夫人的情人简爱 Article/200809/47511PART TWO - THE SCHOOLGIRLCHAPTER FIVEMr. Brocklehurst's VisitWhile Mr. Brocklehurst was talking, I [-----1-----] my face behind my writing alate so that he would not see me. But suddenly the slate fell from my hand and broke in two on the hard floor! I knew what would happen next.Mr. Broklehurst looked at me coldly."Come here, child."I was too frightened to move, but two big girls pushed me towards him. Miss Temple [-----2-----] to me, "don't be afraid, Jane. I saw it was an accident." Her kindness made me feel better, but I knew that soon she would hear the lies about me, and then she would dislike me too."Put the child on that chair," said Mr. Brocklehurst. Some [-----3-----] me up on to a high chair, so that I was close to his nose. Frightened, I felt everyone's eyes on me."You see this girl?" said Mr. Brocklehurst. "She is young; she looks like an ordinary child. But she is not. She is very wicked! Children, don't talk to her, stay away from her. Teachers, watch her carefully. You must punish her body to save her soul-- if she has a soul. This child... I can hardly say it... this child is a liar!""How terrible!" said the two Brocklehurst daughters."I learned this," continued the man, "from Mrs. Reed, the kind lady who cared for her. In the end, Mrs. Reed was so afraid of this child's bad ways that she had to send her here. So, teachers, watch her carefully!"Vocabulary Focusyou must punish her body to save her soul:你们必须惩罚她的肉体以拯救她的灵魂。表面上这是一所救助孤儿的慈善学校,但实际上却充满了险恶的伪善行为。这一句最能体现这个学校奉行的教育本质:从肉体和心灵上对孩子进行双重折磨。填空 :1.hid2.whispered3.liftedArticle/200904/66237Are you busy? Do you lead a busy life? It seems we get busier and busier in our lives. I hate being busy. I’d much rather have nothing to do. Being busy makes me stressed and I end up making mistakes or forgetting something. Who’s the busiest person you know? I bet he or she is really stressed. The busy people I know are always looking ahead to their next holiday… and then in their holiday they are busy doing other things. I think we busy ourselves with too many things. We need to learn to relax and take things slowly. Even at work we have to look busy, even if we’re not. When the boss comes, we tell our friends, “Look busy!” That’s silly. It would be great if the word ‘busy’ disappeared from the English language. Article/201104/130843PART FOUR - LIFE AT MOOR HOUSECHAPTER TWENTY-ONESt. John's SecretHe would look at her as if he wanted to say, "I love you, and I know you love me. I could marry you and be happy. But my heart is aly promised to God!" But he never said anything, and she always went away. Each day she grew a little sadder. I knew he wanted her, but he would not disobey God. He believed he had to become a missionary, [-----1-----].Miss Oliver's father liked St. John, and would be happy if St. John married his daughter. [-----2-----]. I thought St. John could help the poor with Miss Oliver's money in England, instead of traveling so far away, into the East.My chance to talk to St. John came on November evening when he visited me at home. He saw a drawing I had done of Miss Oliver, and he could not stop looking at it."I could give this drawing to you, if you would like it," I said gently."She's so beautiful!" [-----3-----]. "I would certainly like to have it.""She likes you, I am sure," I said bravely. "And her father respects you. You should marry her." 填空 :1、serving God alone for the rest of his life余生中,只身一人为上帝务。2、I decided to try to convince St. John to marry Miss Oliver我便决定要尽力说圣约翰与奥利弗结婚。3、he said, still looking at it他说着,目光仍然盯着画。 隐藏Vocabulary Focusconvince: v.说,说某人干某事为convince sb. to do sth. 例如:I convinced him to send this message. 也可有convince sb. of sth.结构,例如:How can I convince you of his honesty? Article/200906/74408

From London to Broadway to Hollywood: Jessica TandyWritten by Nancy Steinbach (MUSIC) VOICE ONE:I'm Shirley Griffith. VOICE TWO: And I'm Rich Kleinfeldt with the Special English program, People in America. Today, we tell the story of Jessica Tandy who died in nineteen ninety-four. She won many awards for her acting during the almost seventy years she performed. (MUSIC) VOICE ONE:Jessica Tandy probably is best known for winning an Academy Award in nineteen eighty-nine for the movie "Driving Miss Daisy. " She was the oldest person to have won the award. But for many years, she had received praise for her great performances. Tandy appeared in more than one hundred stage shows, twenty-five movies and on many television programs during her sixty-seven years of acting. Most of her performances were in the ed States, although she did not become an American citizen until nineteen fifty-four. VOICE TWO: Jessica Tandy was born in London, England, in nineteen-oh-nine. Her father died when she was twelve years old. Her mother taught and took other jobs at night to make extra money for her three children. Jessica's older brothers showed an interest in the theater. They would put on shows in their London home. Jessica said later that she was terrible in all of them. But she said taking part in those plays as a child created a desire in her to be someone else.Jessica Tandy VOICE ONE: Jessica loved going to the theater. And she loved British writer William Shakespeare. Years later, she acted in many of Shakespeare's plays, with great actors like John Gielgud and Lawrence Olivier. This love of the theater led her to attend an acting school in nineteen twenty-four. When she was eighteen years old, she performed in her first play. It was called "The Manderson Girls. " She did not earn enough money to pay for the five different dresses she had to wear in the play. She solved the problem by sewing them herself. (MUSIC) VOICE TWO:Jessica Tandy always thought she was plain-looking. So did most theater professionals. She said people in the theater knew she was a good actress, but did not believe she was pretty enough to be a success. She noted that they said, "She is plain but on the stage she looks all right." Pictures of Jessica Tandy do not suggest that this is true. She just looked different from the leading women actors of the day. Later, she said that it was good that she was not considered pretty. She said she got more interesting parts that way. VOICE ONE:In nineteen thirty-two, critics in London recognized her great acting skill in her performance in the play "Children in Uniform." That part gave her what she said was one of the moments she loved most in the theater. She said at one performance, people watching were so moved they continued to sit quietly when the play ended. That same year, she married actor Jack Hawkins. They had a daughter, Susan. Tandy continued to work in the theater in London. By nineteen forty, her marriage was ending. So she took her daughter and moved to the ed States to escape World War Two. In New York City, she met a young actor named Hume Cronyn. Two years later they married and moved to Hollywood. By nineteen forty-five, they had two children. VOICE TWO: In California, Hume Cronyn was getting good parts in movies. But Tandy was not. She got only small parts, when she got them at all. She said the producers in Hollywood did not take her seriously as an actress. She began to feel like a failure. Jessica Tandy was considering not acting anymore. But then her husband did something that changed her life. He gave her the lead part in a play he was directing in Los Angeles. It was "Portrait of a Madonna" by Tennessee Williams. She played a lonely woman. Critics praised her. Tennessee Williams came to Los Angeles from New York just to see her in the show. He said later that he knew he had found the actress to play the lead in his new play, "A Streetcar Named Desire." That play opened in New York in nineteen forty-seven. Jessica Tandy, Marlon Brando and Kim Hunter were the stars. It won a Pulitzer Prize and many other awards. Article/200803/29375

“I think he’s finally beginning to like you,” Gwen said to her boyfriend Darren. “He told me that he enjoys his weekly driving lessons with you.”“That’s nice to hear,” Darren replied. “He’s disliked me since the first day we met. I don’t know what I ever said or did. Maybe it’s because I’m the wrong color? Or because I’m old enough to be his grandpa? But it’s nice to hear that maybe we can eventually become friends. I’ll keep my fingers crossed. I’m surprised he hasn’t gotten upset when I yell at him for his driving mistakes.”“Oh, he doesn’t like that at all. I wish you wouldn’t yell at him during his driving lessons. It makes him upset and nervous.”“You know, I try not to. But I get so irritated sometimes. He does things like drifting into the next lane. He sees the car in front of him but doesn't see the red stop light above him. He forgets to check his blind spot when he changes lanes. We’ve been practicing for at least 20 hours now, and he’s still making the same dangerous mistakes. Someday he might be driving you around, and one simple mistake could get both of you killed. I yell because he needs to wake up when he's behind the wheel. One second can be the difference between life and death.”“Yes, I know. But he's just a kid. Besides, there are other ways to wake someone up.” Article/201108/148091

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